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Heather Knight’s Skipper’s Innings Sets Up England Win

England Women vs New Zealand W 1st ODI at Bristol on 16th September Receiving POTM ‘Royal London’ medal for her match-winning 89 runs (from 107 balls), England’s skipper Heather Knight told Charles Dagnall she was ‘pleased with the win.’ Separately, she was committed to creating a wider England squad, including a ‘bigger squad’ of fast bowlers to chose from.

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‘Diamonds’ Keep ‘Thunder’ A Safe Distance Away

‘Northern Diamonds Women’ vs ‘Thunder W’ at Riverside, Chester-le-Street, on 12 September (Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy – round 6) Previously, ‘Diamonds’ won both head-to-heads (Sept 2020); during which Beth Langston and Katie Levick took 3 wickets each. On the day, ‘Diamonds’ skipper Hollie Armitage (3 wickets, 1 catch) and Katie Levick (4 wickets) – kept ‘Thunder’ a safe distance away,

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‘Sparks’ Beat ‘Stars’ By Wide Margin

‘Central Sparks Women’ vs ‘SE Stars W’ at New Road, Worcester on 12 September (Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy –round 6) *‘Sparks’ were 67/0 after 10 ov., at which point skipper Eve Jones (39 runs from 38 balls) was caught behind from Ryana Macdonald-Gay (2/31.) At the 100 ball benchmark (16.4 ov) ‘Sparks’ were 92/1. Next over, Marie

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Elwiss Hits A ‘Ton’ And Snatches ‘Death-Over’ Victory By One Run

‘Sunrisers Women’ vs ‘Southern Vipers W’ at Chelmsford on 12 September (Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy – round 6) Even before a solitary ball was bowled, table-topping ‘Vipers’ seemed assured of a win against wooden spoon favourites ‘Sunrisers.’ Add experienced England players into the equation and today’s match produced an incredible game. Both Georgia Elwiss (‘Vipers’)

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‘Belter Of A Day’ For Sophie Luff

‘Western Storm Women’ vs ‘Lightning’ at Bristol on 12 September (Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy – round 6) Making top score of the day, skipper Sophie Luff (70) staged a decisive 70-run partnership that proved to separate the two teams. Luff guided ‘Storm’ (who previously suffered 5 ‘ducks’) through a cautious start, scoring below 3-runs-per-over. ‘Lightning’s’

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Charlie Dean selected in England Women’s ODI Squad

Southern Vipers off-spinner Charlie Dean has been selected in England Women’s 15-strong squad for the Royal London Series against New Zealand. Kate Cross and Lauren Winfield-Hill both return to the group, having missed out on the Vitality IT20 series, while Danni Wyatt is also back in the squad, having not been selected for the Royal

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South-East Stars v Lightning – Rachael Heyhoe-Flint Trophy

Stars came to Beckenham intent on continuing their cup-winning performance, in the Charlotte Edwards Cup, in the longer format. They made excellent use of a mostly friendly pitch to build a huge score, but then Lightning delayed their celebrations with a heart-warming show of their own. Stars adjusted their batting order, Alice Davidson-Richards restored to open

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Gwen Davies ‘Fifty’ Stages Dramatic End

Sunrisers Women’ vs ‘Central Sparks W’ at Merchant Taylor’s School, Northwood Middx on 10 September (Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy – round 5) *Following a delayed start, the match the DLS method reduced each innings to 47 overs. Having suffered a string of defeats, ‘Sunrisers’ need wins to escape receiving the wooden spoon. Instead, ‘Sparks’’ higher strike

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Top Drawer ‘Diamonds’ All Set To Reach Qualifier

‘Northern Diamonds Women’ vs ‘Western Storm W’ at Riverside, Chester-le-Street on 10 September (Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy – round 5) With the best run-rate, second-placed ‘Diamonds’ must fancy their chances to reach the qualifier, as one of three teams who’ve chalked-up 4 wins and 1 loss. In a one-sided match, ‘Diamonds’ bowled out ‘Storm:’ six ‘Storm’ players

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